[Spellyans] "Late Cornish"
philip.newton at gmail.com
Thu Nov 14 20:27:01 GMT 2013
> Also /y>i/ simplifies the problem. What about /y>e/?
I think that phonetic notation was intended here, rather than
spelling, with /y/ standing for the sound notated that way in IPA
(i.e. the vowel in French "tu", spelled with an "u" in the SWF and
later pronounced as an /i/ sound) -- not for the sound or sounds
represented by the letter "y".
Philip Newton <philip.newton at gmail.com>
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